Diagnosed with depression at the start of her PhD and with research revealing 1 in 2 PhD students has a mental health condition, Audrey shares her experience and how to access help should you need it.
Frances Osis investigates the history of autism research, and how the neurodiversity movement is promoting positive change for the future.
Michael MacMillan delves into the potential capabilities of an exciting new cancer vaccine that, at first, doesn’t seem to behave like a vaccine at all.
Kirstin Leslie explores a brief history of female scientists and how inspiring women are helping to shift perceptions.
Frances Osis explores how traces of ancient DNA can tell us about diseases in the past.
In 2006 scientists first produced a 3D object that is related to the roly-poly toy, tortoises, drones, and Mars. Intrigued?
Need a reason stronger than saving money to finally give up? Giusy Caligiuri reports the latest news on the genetic effects of smoking a cigarette.
With the ever growing obesity epidemic, Eleanor Marlow investigates the lack of knowledge surrounding nutrition in the average UK adult, and suggests implementing a nutrition class in high school curriculums to fight the obesity epidemic.